It's that Old Devil Moon, called Worm
Updated: Mar 11, 2019
On March 21st 2019, we say hello to a delightful Worm full moon in Libra.
This moon is going to feel like the last hour of a house party - you are exhausted from an evening of slightly intoxicated and very deep chats; you're not sure if you're pal went home because you fell out or because they just went to drunk dial their ex again and no one can get through to a taxi for an easy ride home.
The very best thing you can do, is remember that you are only one person. You are pretty cool, but you're not actually Quicksilver- prioritize space and slowness over speed and close quarters. Get outside, watch the tide come in, watch your kids play with the cat, create stillness where you can, if you can.
The drive to socialize, specifically the need to be among friends-is real; the feeling of running on the spot and the inability to make decisions about where to meet and broken mobile phones-even more so. Bring the party inside - I'm thinking tea party with tiny, beautiful cakes, pot-luck party (so you don't have to decide what to cook), board game nights or a bottle of wine and a film. Connection and the feeling of having a solid support network is the bit that will nurture you just now, PARTY PARTY LOUD SOUNDS- not so much.
If one of the themes that has continued to make itself known to you throughout Mercury in Retrograde is the question of 'Is that fair to me?' or 'How can they justify that behavior towards me?' then it is likely that life events surrounding these themes will come to a head on the weekend of the 23rd/24th - sparked off by conversations that take place on or around this moon. It's helpful and cleansing in the end, but the journey there is hard, hard work. I stress again, make that space - buy a book to read in a cafe for an hour, have an extra long shower with the door locked, whatever you can do to press pause will do you the world of good.
Wishing you luck and some relatively peaceful full moon fun times,
P.S. Fun fact - it's called a Worm Moon because traditionally, it was around this time of year that the worms would pop out of the ground to fatten up those Spring chickens. Even with this crazy, 'end-of-days', global warming flavoured weather we've been having, I'm taking that as a doorway into Spring!